Simple QRP projects, 10m, 6m, WSPR beaconing, LF/MF, sub-9kHz, nanowaves and other random stuff
Well Done! Just gos to show that QRP really does work! But we already knew that!Buy the way does the ft-817 have general coverage receive?-simon m3hxe
I was using the IC703 for this one. Yes, the FT817 covers 0.1-56MHz, 76-154MHz, 430-470MHz.
Cheers Roger! I may just one day trade my ts-130,knackered ft7b, and old kw2000e in for a ft-817.Ive been a bit busy of late to play radio but any operating ive done has beem with 5 watts or less with psk31.Well done on the nice reports from australia.-Simon m3hxe
Great! I am also fascinated by WSPR. Even when the band seems to dead, with WSPR I have been heard for many miles. Congrats with this result Roger. It's a good idea to put a DXCC WSPR list in the sidebar. I think I will follow you. Have a nice day, 73 Paul PC4T
Hi Roger, I tried the same yesterday and I was also luck to catch VK8CH on 40 meter with 2 Watt WSPR. Have a nice day! 73 Paul PC4T
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